Synonyms for ji_seok or Related words with ji_seok

tae_woong              soo_kyung              kyung_joo              kang_tae              jang_soo              woong              kyung_hwan              choi_eun              kyeong              bong_soo              yoon_jung              jung_yong              sung_hoon              hyun_woo              yeo_jin              jung_hye              heum              ahn_jae              ji_hyun              yoon_jong              yoon_jae              yoo_seung              yoon_ji              seo_hyun              jung_yoon              jeong_hee              min_seok              kim_myung              hyun_soo              seung_jae              jung_hwa              hyun_seok              ryul              seok_jin              jin_sook              yoo_jung              lee_seung              lee_kwang              jang_dong              dong_chul              joo_hyun              yeon_soo              choi_seung              choi_seong              beom              kwang_soo              dong_wook              ji_hye              jung_gyu_woon              jung_soo             



Examples of "ji_seok"
Kim Ji-seok (born Kim Bo-seok on April 21, 1981) is a South Korean actor.
James Kim Ji-seok was ordained a priest on June 29, 1968.
Kim Ji-seok (born 13 June 1989) is a Korean professional Go player.
James Kim Ji-seok (김지석, born July 27, 1940) is bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Wonju.
In October, Park Kyung appeared on the show "Celebrity Bromance" with fellow "Problematic Men" cast member Kim Ji-seok.
The film tells the story of a happily married couple, Ji-seok and In-ju, who lived with their son Dabin until a tragic accident which left Dabin alive but caused In-ju's death one year later. Ji-seok tries to commit suicide; however only he can see In-ju as ghost, which comforts him.
Seon-yoo then meets Seo Ji-seok, an immature man from a rich family whose sister Ji-hee is married to Tae-jung. Ji-seok is at risk of losing the inherited family business to Tae-jung and Ji-hee, since Ji-seok's mother is the family patriarch's second wife.
Since its debut, the show has undergone many cast changes, as Lee Hyuk-jae, former anchorwoman Noh Hyun-jung (who married in mid-2006 and moved to the United States), newscaster Park Ji-yoon, Yoon Soo-yeong, Oh Jeong-yeon, and Ji Seok-jin have all left the show as of April 2009. However, Ji Seok-jin made a comeback to the show to replace Kim Je-dong, who left the show after 4 years as MC of the program.
Angel Eyes () is a 2014 South Korean television series starring Lee Sang-yoon, Ku Hye-sun, Kim Ji-seok and Seungri. It aired on SBS from April 5 to June 15, 2014 for 20 episodes.
On May 18, 2013, Ji-seok married a 28–year-old florist in a wedding held in Seoul. They went to Bali for their honeymoon, and now live together near the Gangnam district.
Lee Kang-suk (Seo Ji-seok), the illegitimate son of a wealthy family and president of a record label, begins pursuing Jin-jin, while suicidal ex-ballet dancer Jung Yoon-seo (So Yi-hyun) catches Dong-ah's eye.
In July 2012, Park co-starred with Kim Ji-seok in horror film "Two Moons", playing the role of So Hee, a horror fiction novelist with a hidden secret.
Nine years later, when Ji-seok learns that he is terminally ill and has only 90 days left to live, he looks for Mi-yeon and asks her to spend the last few days of his life with him.
Ji-hyeon (Lee Na-young) is a post-operative transgender working as a photographer. Then a young boy, Yoo-bin, shows up claiming Ji-hyeon is his divorced birth father. Ji-hyeon tries to juggle the role of father to Yoo-bin and girlfriend to her boyfriend played by Kim Ji-seok.
The series follows several subplots through to their conclusion; the relationship between Ha-sun and Ji-seok, Jin-hee's search for a stable career, the one-sided love triangle between Ji-won, Jin-hee, and Kye-sang, and Jong-seok's unrequited love for Ji-won.
Manny () is a 2011 South Korean romantic comedy television series, starring Seo Ji-seok, Choi Jung-yoon, Byun Jung-soo, Jung Da-bin and Goo Seung-hyun. It aired on tvN from April 13 to June 2, 2011 for 16 episodes.
Ji-seok is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning depends on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 46 hanja with the reading "ji" and 20 hanja with the reading "seok" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Woo Ji-seok (; born May 11, 1990), commonly known as Taewoon or ₩uNo is a South Korean singer, rapper, songwriter, and record producer. He is a former member of the South Korean boy band Speed and former member of the South Korean Coed group Coed School.
Seo Ji-seok (; sometimes romanised as Suh Ji-suk; born 9 September 1981) is a South Korean actor. He is known for his role of Park Yoon-hoo in the 167-episode KBS-1 TV daily drama "Pure in Heart", a.k.a. "Pure 19", broadcast from 22 May 2006 to 12 January 2007.
Likeable or Not (; lit. I Hate You, But It's Fine) is a South Korean television series starring Han Ji-hye, Kim Ji-seok, Jo Dong-hyuk, Yoo In-young, and Lee Young-eun. The daily drama aired on KBS1 from September 3, 2007 to May 2, 2008 on Mondays to Fridays at 20:25 for 172 episodes.